I agree entirely about the bugs being the number 1 priority. F1 2010 was a decent game for a first try that was let down by the rather embarrassing frequency of glitches and game-ruining bugs. I can imagine Codemasters are already concentrating on this after last year anyway, because I’m sure they don’t want to suffer another backlash.
Personally, what I’d really like to find out more about is the online functionality. After running the Collantine Cup last year, I’d really like to see some added features to online multiplayer to help enhance what is already a solid gameplay experience online. Things like post-race statistics and more detailed results, a lobby text-chat system, the ability to allow players to join after a race session is launched and giving the ‘host’ of private sessions sole power to begin the pre-race countdown. Also, I’d really like the ability to save replays of multiplayer races like so many other racing games offer, especially after the first season of the Collantine Cup. The fact that we had some fantastic battles and spectacular incidents but had no way to watch them back afterwards without recording them all live ourselves was a shame. So if they could perhaps expand on their plans for enhancing online multiplayer this year, I’d really like to see what they have in store for us.